Scottish tourism bosses have confirmed nearly two-thirds of their tourist information centres will close as part of a “radical” move, designed to meet the increasingly digital needs of visitors.
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A 27-year-old man from County Durham was sent to prison for seven months after having been caught drink driving three times in a matter of months.
A man who subjected his wife to nearly three decades of “depraved and cruel” behaviour described as being at times “almost cult-like” has been sent to prison for more than two and half years.
Youngsters on Shetland now have a brand new high school following the local authority’s biggest ever building project.
A 26-year-old man has been arrested and charged following an incident in a car park on Shetland.
A Lewick man has admitted supplying drugs after being found on the NorthLink ferry with £2,500 of cannabis.
New figures have revealed that the number of drivers caught using mobile phones at the wheel in the north has plummeted in the wake of tougher laws which came into force this year.
Police have confirmed they are investigating a thrill-seeker who climbed to the top of Buchan Alpha oil rig in Shetland while dressed as Spiderman.
A plane left the runway at Sumburgh Airport in Shetland earlier this year because of a pilot error, the Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) has ruled.
A Shetland man who admitted subjecting his wife to nearly three decades of “depraved and cruel” behaviour has had his sentence deferred.
An Inverness man has been jailed for a year after attacking his roommate with an iPad and a bedside lamp.
A woman whose car overturned into a ditch after she misjudged an overtaking manoeuvre in Shetland has been disqualified from driving for one year.
Global fashion label Alexander McQueen has been accused of short changing a family-run craft business in Shetland by prominently displaying an image of one of its products on a catwalk runway.
Drugs suspected to be heroin were discovered during searches of two houses in the Lerwick area of Shetland yesterday. Three men – aged 20, 32 and 36 – have been charged with drug offences. A report has been sent to the Procurator Fiscal and two of the men remain in police custody.
An 85.98% exam pass rate of Western Isles pupils achieving National 5 in S4 was higher than the national figure of 79.5%.
Three people have been transferred to hospitals on the mainland following a two-vehicle crash near Voe in Shetland in the early hours of Saturday.
Nurses in the north and north-east could still be owed millions of pounds in backdated holiday pay, it has emerged.
Inquiries are being made by police in Shetland after two reports were received about boats travelling close to pods of orcas earlier this week.
A couple from Lerwick enjoyed an unforgettable bonus when one of their friends arranged for renowned UK comedian Phill Jupitus to gatecrash their wedding at the weekend.
Two island women are determined to make sure that local animals can be rescued if they become trapped in a fire.
A cadet who knocked out another man in a Lerwick scuffle after he remonstrated with him about an assault he previously committed has been fined.
A company boss has denied claims he forced a Black Isle electrician out of his job after he was seriously assaulted in Shetland by his roommate and colleague.
A driver who knocked an experienced cyclist off her bike on the outskirts of Lerwick, leaving her unconscious in the middle of the road, has been given ten penalty points and £750 in fines.
A whistleblower has spoken of the moment he was left “covered in blood, crying and terrified” after being attacked in bed by a colleague.
Council bosses in the north and north east have raised just £3omillion from developers in the past five years, new figures show.
Hillswick Wildlife Sanctuary was on hand to rescue a seal which was caught up in fishing line at Toft pier in Shetland's north mainland earlier this week.
Explosives experts from Faslane arrived in Shetland yesterday to dispose of World War II ammunition found on the seabed near Sellaness at the weekend.
Explosives officers are due in Shetland in the coming days to dispose of a large number of old bullets recovered from the seabed by a diver near Sellaness at the weekend.
A Shetland student is on cloud nine following her graduation from Robert Gordon University (RGU), just two weeks after winning two silver medals at an international sporting event.
One Shetland student has demonstrated you can have it all after becoming a new dad and graduating in the space of a year.
It was a close encounter of the 'bird' kind for one tourist during a holiday to Shetland.
Transport bosses have revealed proposals for an Oyster Card-style pass to make travelling in the north easier.